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Japan prevents Omicron, bans new entry of foreigners from the 30th

Japan prevents Omicron, bans new entry of foreigners from the 30th
Japan prevents Omicron, bans new entry of foreigners from the 30th

        Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida today stated the policy guidelines for preventing the invasion of the new COVID-19 mutant strain Omicron. In principle, starting from 0:00 on the 30th, new applications by foreigners from all over the world for short-term business and other purposes will be suspended.
        In the afternoon, Kishida stated that this is an emergency precautionary measure taken to avoid the worst, and the foreigners from all over the world are prohibited from entering the country from midnight on the 30th.
        As for those returning to Japan from the 14 countries or regions where the Omicron epidemic has occurred, they must be strictly quarantined in facilities designated by the Japanese government.
        Japan just relaxed its border controls in response to the COVID-19 epidemic on November 8, allowing foreign short-term business travelers, international students, and technical intern trainees to enter. It will soon suspend new entry applications from midnight on the 30th.

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